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    TIM MCGRAW DROPS "MEANWHILE BACK AT MAMA'S" (FEATURING FAITH HILL) TO COUNTRY RADIO AS DEMAND SWELLS FOR THE TRACK

    April 14, 2014 0 Comments

    Superstar Tim McGraw's iconic performance at the ACM awards of "Meanwhile Back At Mama's" (featuring Faith Hill) sparked a ground swell from fans and radio prompting the release early this morning. The nostalgic track reminisces on days gone by and is highlighted with the unmistakable voice of Faith Hill. The song is available at radio today and "reminds country listeners that back roads don't always lead to tailgate parties. Sometimes, they lead home." (USA Today)

    "The moment I heard this song I knew it was something I wanted to record, and I had a clear vision for how we would debut it on the ACM awards," said McGraw. "I love singing with Faith, and the warmth and beauty of her vocal really made this song what it is. I love that country radio wanted to be able to play it!"

    McGraw's upcoming Big Machine Records album, SUNDOWN HEAVEN TOWN is set for release on Sept., 16. As the march towards street date heats up, McGraw will be revealing new songs from the album through major primetime television performances and will provide fans with exclusive access to free downloads, first listens, behind the scenes looks, exclusive tour experiences, contests and more through www.countdowntosundown.com.

    On May 8, McGraw will kick off his SUNDOWN HEAVEN TOWN 2014 TOUR bringing his "characteristically high-octane" (Billboard) show to over 30 cities. Joining him for the summer run will be rising stars Kip Moore and Cassadee Pope.

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    JUSTIN MOORE AND SCOTT BORCHETTA JOINTLY NAMED HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR BY THE ARMED FORCES FOUNDATION

    April 11, 2014 0 Comments

    The Armed Forces Foundation (AFF) jointly named ACM New Artist of the Year Justin Moore and BMLG President/CEO Scott Borchetta the “Congressman Bill and Beverly Young Humanitarian of the Year” for their service and commitment to the morale and welfare of military families through the Crown Royal “Your Hero’s Name Here” contest and other endeavors. The pair were honored during the 10th annual Congressional Gala in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night (4/9).

    “The work that Patricia Driscoll and the Armed Forces Foundation is doing is extraordinary – and unfortunately – beyond necessary. She and the AFF have identified the real challenges that so many of our troops go through upon their reentry into society. This is the kind of organization that the Big Machine Label Group and I will always support,” said Borchetta.

    “Although extremely grateful, I feel a little uncomfortable being honored at an event where there are decorated war heroes present. I feel that my contributions are much less significant than theirs … they are the true American heroes,” stated Moore. “However, I’m thrilled to know that what I do with the AFF has helped, and that it is appreciated by all. Both of my grandpas served in our military and they, along with my parents, instilled in me what our servicemen and women mean to us. It was an honor to tell some of them face to face last night. God bless our troops and God bless America.”

    The special ceremony brought together more than 75 Members of Congress to help honor our nation’s service members, veterans, and their families – many recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Fort Belvoir’s Warrior Transition Brigade, and from other local installations. Throughout the event, AFF recognized Cessna and individuals for their commitment to the Foundation’s motto of “Serving those who Serve.” Celebrity supporters in attendance included NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, comedian Ron White, chef Anne Burrell, Republic Nashville recording artist Cassadee Pope, Washington Redskin Rob Jackson, among others. Once again, Fox & Friends’ Brian Kilmeade emceed the evening and Foundation President Patricia Driscoll urged those in the room to help those suffering from the invisible wounds.

    About the Armed Forces Foundation The Armed Forces Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to supporting and advocating for active-duty military personnel, National Guardsmen, Reservists, military families, and veterans. The AFF returns 95 cents of every dollar raised to service members and their families through our programs. Since 2001, the AFF has provided more than $95 million in assistance by covering travel, hotel rooms, home mortgages, car payments and everyday bills for families to be able to stay at their loved ones’ sides during treatment and recovery from wounds suffered during war. With the launch of our Help Save Our Troops campaign, the AFF proactively educates Americans about the hidden wounds of war, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and advocates for those troops and veterans who have suffered these hidden wounds. The ultimate goal of Help Save Our Troops is to reduce military suicides. Through this campaign, the AFF provides counseling services for military families, including children, grants for therapy and addiction counseling, and runs a variety of recreation group therapy programs to boost morale amongst service members, veterans, and their families.

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